Educational Development Corporation (EDUC) Dividends

Educational Development Corporation (EDUC): $2.52

-0.10 (-3.82%)

POWR Rating

Component Grades

Growth

S

Value

I

Momentum

G

Stability

N

Sentiment

U

Quality

P

Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights

  • If you care about predictable cash flow, note that EDUC reports less variability in its free cash flow than 2.84% of the dividend stocks we're tracking.
  • As for its free cash flow/dividend ratio, EDUC's comes in at 5.71 -- better than 94.98% of other US-listed dividend issuers.
  • As for stocks whose price is uncorrelated with EDUC's price and thus may be suitable peers for a diversified dividend portfolio, check out the following: AXS, ESLT, WILC, BJRI and ELP.
EDUC Ex-Dividend Date
EDUC Dividend Yield
7.94%
EDUC Annual Dividend
$0.20
EDUC Payout Ratio

EDUC Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model

Current PriceDDM Fair Value Target: Forecasted Gain:
$2.52$17.77 121.87%

A technique commonly used by dividend investors to value dividend-issuing stocks is the Dividend Discount Model (DDM), which seeks to determine a fair share price based on the dividend provided by the company relative to a number of other company-specific factors. Regarding Educational Development Corp, the DDM model, as implemented by StockNews, implies a positive return of 121.87% relative to its current price. Digging deeper, the aspects of Educational Development Corp's dividend discount model that we found most interesting were:

  • As for its position relative to other Consumer Cyclical stocks that issue dividends, EDUC provides shareholders with a dividend yield greater than 96.49% such stocks.
  • If we compare the valuation opportunity a dividend discount model provides relative to other dividend stocks in the Consumer Cyclical sector, Educational Development Corp's expected return of 121.87% is higher than 94.74% of its fellow sector mates.
  • Out of all stocks in our universe of US-listed dividend-issuing stocks, Educational Development Corp bears a discount rate, according to our calculations, lower than 94.74% of them (lower discount rates are generally perceived as positive, and a sign of lower risk).
  • A stock's beta generally indicates its volatility relative to the broader equity market; as for EDUC, approximately 88.55% of US-listed dividend issuers had a higher beta, and thus may have greater price volatility.

EDUC Dividend Chart


EDUC Dividend History

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